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Elon Musk plans launch of 4000 satellites to bring Wi-Fi to most remote locations on Earth -

Elon Musk has officially requested permission from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to launch a 4000 strong flotilla of satellites into orbit.

Scientists created a chameleon-inspired stretchable electronic skin with interactive color changing control when touched

Researchers at Stanford University have created a stretchable, color-changing and pressure-sensitive material close to an artificial chameleon skin.



Image: Illustration of the concept of a chameleon-inspired e-skin. Credit: Chou, et al. ©2015 Macmillan Publishers Limited

e-skin colour can easily be controlled through varying the applied pressure...


The Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative, as it is more technically known, is a project spearheaded by Rolls Royce to create ships that can cross the sea without humans on board. People take up already limited space on a ship, and they have biological needs that require even more space, so a ship without them can do without a galley, sleeping quarters, storing food for the crew, or anything else related to habitation.

Toyota invests $50 million in intelligent vehicle technology at Stanford, MIT

The Toyota Motor Corporation is investing $50 million with Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to accelerate the development of intelligent vehicle technologies.      



Credit: AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File


Boeing names its new Apollo-style spacecraft the Starliner | Inquirer Technology

The aerospace giant announced the name of its future space fleet Friday. More than 200 people, including Florida Gov. Rick Scott, NASA and Boeing officials, and a bevy of former astronauts, gathered at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center to celebrate the grand opening of Boeing’s commercial crew and cargo processing facility.

Intel Investing $50 Million in Quantum Computing | Quantum Computing Technology Australia

Intel will invest US$50 million with QuTech, the quantum research institute of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and TNO, and will dedicate engineering resources to advance research efforts.

The collaboration over the next 10 years will accelerate quantum computing research, which holds the promise of solving complex problems that are practically insurmountable today.

Quantum-Secure Cryptography Crosses Red Line | Quanta Magazine

The most promising quantum-secure encryption schemes rely on the near impossibility of navigating a lattice with hundreds of spatial dimensions. Unless you know the secret route.

Intel introduces Sixth-generation Intel Core processor: Skylake

The Sixth Generation of Intel’s Core processors, named as Skylake, will start selling with new laptops and desktops over the following weeks and months.



Ready for our fastest processor ever? The 6th Gen Intel Core processor family is here. 

DARPA Funds Stage 2 of XS-1 Spaceplane Design Competition - IEEE Spectrum

Just because the Space Shuttle didn’t magically open orbit up to everyone doesn’t mean that getting to space through a reusable platform is a bad idea. In commercial spaceflight circles, the thinking is that reusability is the best way to help drive down costs. DARPA, the U.S. Defense Department’s blue-sky research arm, wants a piece of the action; but in typical DARPA fashion, the agency is looking for something even more futuristic. It has just awarded nearly $20 million to three aerospace companies to continue design work on a reusable spaceplane that will be able to launch a...

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